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NIHI Sumba and Aqua Blu
Plan your secret island escape to the world’s best hotel by way of a private Aqua Blu charter.
20% Early Bird Bonus 2021 & 2022
Escape is just on the horizon - book early in order to take advantage of our Early Bird Bonus for 2021 & 2022 departures.
25% Local Resident Offer
Save 25% when you embark on one of our exotic adventures within the comforts of your country.
Nov 3rd, 2021
VIRTUOSO LIFE NOV/DEC 2021
“The ship [Aqua Nera] provided a serene foil to the wilderness surrounding it, and life on board was relaxing and laid back. As much as I enjoyed the excursions, dining was admittedly my favorite part of the cruise, from alfresco breakfasts to festive meals in the dining room. Peruvian chef Pedro Miguel Schiaffino’s innovative menus showcased ingredients sourced from the Amazon, elevating everything with a delicious sense of place.”
Oct 31st, 2021
MiNDFOOD OCT 2021
“Aqua Nera offers itineraries tailored with once-in-a-lifetime experiences that include intimate encounters with exotic wildlife and exhilarating adventures ranging from jungle walks, spotting Amazonian pink dolphins, piranha fishing, kayaking along the river’s black water tributaries, and more.”
Oct 7th, 2021
Vogue Turkey Oct 2021
“Floating in the Peruvian Amazon, Aqua Nera and exploring the Mekong River connecting Vietnam and Cambodia, Aqua Mekong are among the most special boats of the award-winning company. With only 20 suites, these ultra-luxurious boats sail deep into the Amazon rainforest and historical treasures along the Mekong coast.”
Oct 6th, 2021
SEA+I Issue 44
“For Francesco Galli Zugaro the world is not enough. As of 2021 he operates four explorer vessels that ply the Mekong River, the Spice Islands and the farthest reaches of the Amazon River. The greatest adventure? It has just set sail. His latest launch, Aqua Nera, stalks big cats and scarlet macaws in the Peruvian rainforest wetlands.”